Why don't some of my email messages [which are on my ISP's pop3 server] download to my OE6 ?


Most of the email messages that were sent to me in the last few weeks [via
the pop3 server for my Earthlink email account] have not downloaded into my
OE6 inbox.

In contrast, email for my Hotmail accounts has been coming and going
normally using my OE6.

On advice from Earthlink tech support, I created a new identity in my OE6.
Using the new identity, all of my email messages on the Earthlink pop3
server download correctly into the inbox of my OE6.

However, in the old identity, the missing messages still do not download
from the Earthlink server.

It is tedious switching to the new identity to use my Earthlink email.
Can you help me get my Earthlink email working again via my OE6?

Note: In the old identity, I can successfully send send myself messages
(that is, from my Earthlink email account to my Earthlink account).


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I downloaded Outlook 7 Beta a couple of months ago. Then yesterday, I
noticed that whenever I opened an email message, the body text was missing.
This happened to SOME of my email messages. This morning, ALL of the emails
in Outlook are having this problem.

This is my work email account so I need to sort this out as soon as possible.

Any suggestions how I can do this?
Thanks very much in advance
Lools




I'm using MS Outlook 2003 on Windows XP Home Edition.

It takes forever to go thru my email as I have multiple instances of most of
my email messages. If I delete one copy I still have two or more copies
remaining. Some of these multiple messages are in the same email folder and
others are in different email folders. I don't think this is a bug; it seems
as if this is the result of a choice I made in setting up how to view email
but I can't figure out what I did so I can undo it.




I'm using MS Outlook 2003 on Windows XP Home Edition.

It takes forever to go thru my email as I have multiple instances of most of
my email messages. If I delete one copy I still have two or more copies
remaining. Some of these multiple messages are in the same email folder and
others are in different email folders. I don't think this is a bug; it seems
as if this is the result of a choice I made in setting up how to view email
but I can't figure out what I did so I can undo it.




Most of the time my Outlook works fine but recently (a month or so) some of
my emails are not leaving my outbox. One would assume that those emails had
not been sent but the some of the recipients are telling me that they are
receiving the same email that never left my outbox. So, basically, I have no
idea if people are getting my emails. HELP!!




Some of my emails on my work email address are coming through as blank, is
this to do with computer restrictions set by my work or something I can
adjust on my own computer please?




Some of my emails on my work email address are coming through as blank, is
this to do with computer restrictions set by my work or something I can
adjust on my own computer please?




The font size in some of my outgoing messages has beeen changing in Outlook.
When sending a message the font size only changes at the receipient's end.
For example, one line text is at a font size of 10 and the rest is at 12.
How do I resolve this?




I work from home and since getting MS 7 people in the office are only getting
some of my emails. Please help.




I work from home and since getting MS 7 people in the office are only getting
some of my emails. Please help.




We're running SBS 2003, and we don't have a multihome configuration, yet.
When sending email to co-workers on our same domain, Exchange server resolves
the email address and places the email in the user's mailbox. We want to
make all such emails go past the Exchange Server and out to the ISP's POP3
server, so that mobile users can access ALL of their email. How do I force
Exchange Server to pass on all emails to the external ISP's POP3 server?

Thanks,
Ian




Tony and anyone else on this thread, did you ever figure out why some of the
emails you send through Outlook are not getting through to the recipients?

Thanks

"cplsrad" wrote:

> Thank-you so much for following through on this. I am sure I will eventually
> get to the bottom of the situation. Initially, the problem is ... Who do you
> turn to for help? You have been most kind, and have certainly answered that
> question for me.
> --
> Tony
>
>
> "Snarky Parker" wrote:
>
> > Sorry, but I think I've run out of suggestions. Hopefully, someone else will
> > jump in with a solution for you.
> >
> > Good luck!
> >
> > "cplsrad" wrote in message
> > news:090B2656-34D4-4680-9DAB-6564F914EEF2@microsoft.com...
> > | I have a couple of other details that may be pertinent to the problem. (BTW,
> > | your assumptions below are correct - there are no error messages, and all
> > | messages appear as "sent" in the "Sent" folder.)
> > |
> > | 1. After I began to suspect that there might be a problem with Outlook, I
> > | looked at my contacts, and discovered that a large number of them had
> > | "duplicated" with the surnames and first names reversed.
> > | 2. Many of these "new" entries (e.g. where I might have entered "Fred
> > | Smith", and had the displays set as "Smith, Fred" and the telephone as
> > | "(123)-456-5555", the 'new' entries display as Smith Fred in the given names,
> > | "Fred, Smith" in the display name, and 1234565555 in the telephone listing.
> > | 3. The scrambling of entries MAY coincide with "synchronization" with a
> > | Motorola cell phone.
> > | 4. I deleted all duplicate entries, and made sure that all contacts are
> > | cleanly listed as Given Names: Fred Smith; Display Name: Smith, Fred. I have
> > | not corrected the format for the telephone numbers.
> > |
> > | Maybe this will add light to the problem.
> > | --
> > | Tony
> > |
> > |
> > | "Snarky Parker" wrote:
> > |
> > | > Sounds like the problem only occurs when you generate a new message and I
> > assume
> > | > that no error message is being created after submittal of these messages.
> > | >
> > | > Your recipients may be unknowingly deleting your messages because of the
> > format
> > | > you're using. An example of this would be if you're using RTF format, which
> > | > sends a winmail.dat attachment, and they or their ISP have SPAM filters that
> > | > delete messages with attachments. If that's the case, change your format to
> > | > either plain text or HTML format.
> > | >
> > | > If that's not the case, check the logic of any rules that you may have in
> > effect
> > | > and also what filtering is being done by your anti-virus app. Both of these
> > | > features can be temporarily disabled for test purposes.
> > | >
> > | >
> > | > "cplsrad" wrote in message
> > | > news:175B3782-0E11-49D5-B3F8-788BD1F0D7C0@microsoft.com...
> > | > | Yes. All sent mails are shown as being sent. I have some further details:
> > if
> > | > | someone sends me an email, a "reply" may actually be received by that
> > person.
> > | > | If I receive a mail, and "forward" it, it is likely to be received by the
> > | > | recipients.
> > | > | --
> > | > | Tony
> > | > |
> > | > |
> > | > | "Snarky Parker" wrote:
> > | > |
> > | > | > Are they shown as being sent in the Sent Items folder? If no, are they
> > still
> > | > | > sitting in the Outbox folder?
> > | > | >
> > | > | > "cplsrad" wrote in message
> > | > | > news:F1B8DB7B-77E6-42F0-AFB8-092F88D6EB2F@microsoft.com...
> > | > | > | Recipients recently began to report (approximately 3 weeks ago) that
> > they
> > | > are
> > | > | > | not receiving emails from me. All accounts are programmed accurately.
> > All
> > | > | > | updates to Office XP have been applied.
> > | > | > |
> > | > | > | If I use Outlook Express as an alternative to Outlook, all recipients
> > | > | > | receive the same mail that failed to arrive with Outlook. (I need to
> > use
> > | > | > | Outlook from Office.) All webmail also works as an unacceptable
> > | > alternative.
> > | > | > | Can anyone suggest where I might begin to look for the solution to
> > Outlook
> > | > | > | not working? I have even uninstalled, reinstalled, and updated Office
> > XP.
> > | > | > |
> > | > | > | Many thanks for any assistance!
> > | > | > | --
> > | > | > | Tony
> > | > | >
> > | > | >
> > | > | >
> > | >
> > | >
> > | >
> >
> >
> >




Hi. OK some of my email messages aren't getting through. About 50% are going
through fine. I know because I have been contacting the destination now that
I know I have an issue.

I have checked my settings, made sure my antivirus email check has been
disabled & even called Comcast support. I never used to have this issue.
Comcast says it is an outlook issue (Of course they did, pass the buck). I
don't get any error messages and outlook says the emails were sent fine.

I have read some others having a similar issue but haven't read a solution
or fix. Any help would be greatly appreciated.




Hi. OK some of my email messages aren't getting through. About 50% are going
through fine. I know because I have been contacting the destination now that
I know I have an issue.

I have checked my settings, made sure my antivirus email check has been
disabled & even called Comcast support. I never used to have this issue.
Comcast says it is an outlook issue (Of course they did, pass the buck). I
don't get any error messages and outlook says the emails were sent fine.

I have read some others having a similar issue but haven't read a solution
or fix. Any help would be greatly appreciated.




For some reason outlook is deleting some of my incoming emails. When
recieving it shows them downloading but they do not all appear. I have
searched all the folders but have not found them. I can find them on my
comcast account online. what is going on? How can I fix it. Thanks

Justin




I have had this happen a couple of times and we cannot figure out why. We are
running laptops on a simple LAN network in the office. I am running Outlook
2003. Recently, we had to "clean" my laptop due to some issues. We archived
everything on the server and formatted and reinstalled everything. After
that, we took the archived outlook .pst and put our folders and emails back
in.

Now, I am missing all emails from just a few of my folders for a 2 month
period. This period coincides with my last backup and the date of the backup
for the reinstall. But it is not all of my emails, only a few folders.

I am guessing they are still around. This problem is well above my grade to
figure out the solution, so any assistance would be greatly appreciated.




I'm using MS Office Outlook 2003 my ISP is Virgin Media

Rather frustratingly some of my outgoing emails are getting lost somewhere
in Cyberspace.

When I post them they are leaving my outbox and in my sent items as they
should be but not getting to where they should be.

The problem is not exclusive to any particular contact, for example , I
email my partner quite often, some she receives, some she doesn't.

Any help with this matter would be greatly appreciated.




I recently upgraded to 7.02 itunes. Now all of my contacts in outlook don't
show up on my ipod. I tried to copy the contacts from outlook into the
contacts folder of ipod and it still didn't work. What is the problem??




When I receive email the hyperlinks is missing in some of the email,(example
after the message it says click on the link below) but there is no link to
click on. But I can take the same message and forward it to my GMAIL account
and hyperlink is there and I can click on it and open the link. Can anyone
help me with this? I'm running Outlook Express 6, with Windows XP




Some, not all, of my outgoing e-mails are not being delivered even though
they're to the correct address. One in particular had attachments and has
been hanging in my outgoing box since July and I can't delete it. How do I
go about deleting it. Any any clues for the other intermittent problem?